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Who’s ahead in the Connecticut 5th District House race?

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500LV
Oct.19-21
500LV
Hayes
49%
Hayes
49%

Hayes

49%

Logan

49%
49%
Logan  Logan+1
400LV
Oct.4-6
400LV
Hayes
48%
Hayes
48%

Hayes

48%

Logan

46%
46%
Logan  Hayes+2
400LV
Jul.20-26
400LV
Hayes
45%
Hayes
45%

Hayes

45%

Logan

37%
37%
Logan  Hayes+8
400RV
Jul.16-24
400RV
Hayes
45%
Hayes
45%

Hayes

45%

Logan

45%
45%
Logan  Even
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